Sandisiwe Mbhele
Lifestyle Journalist
2 minute read
29 Oct 2021
10:10 am

New music Friday: Master KG shares clip of new song

Sandisiwe Mbhele

From 'Skeleton Move' to 'Jersualema' Master KG's new smash hit is brewing just in time for the festive season.

Master KG is in the studio cooking up what we can hear is sure to be a summer banger, featuring multiple young artists.

From international collaborations with David Guetta and Akon, Master KG posted a small clip of his “new jam” in a music booth on Thursday.

The song features Nkosazana Daughter, a young vocalist and songwriter, and Basetsana Kolwane, who appeared on season 13 of Idols South Africa, and Obeey Amor.

All we can say from the 38 seconds Master KG shared is that this song is a banger.

Listen here:

His Instagram video has been viewed over 167,000 times and his fans also feel the song will be on replay during the festive season if he chooses to release it.

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Social media reacts to Master KG new’s jam:

Master KG fans comment on new jam. Picture: Screengrab

Master KG’s last national “anthem” was the smash hit with Nomcebo Zikode, Jerusalema, however the two have since had a falling out in July.

The beatmaker’s record label OpenMic Productions claimed Master KG and Nomcebo agreed to a 50-50 spilt of the earnings however they claimed the singer later wanted a 70-30 split.

Earlier this month Nomcebo explained their beef was because she allegedly hadn’t received a cent from the song. As a result, she has been performing Jersualema internationally, solo.

Nomcebo responded to a Facebook user who called for the two artists to reconcile.

“@MasterKG and music fans brought you back and whatever differences you have, you must be thankful for that, keep on shining. Hope one day you will hook up together again and give us more fire music,” wrote Facebook user Piet Khune Van Sathekge.

Nomcebo says she doesn’t have a problem with Master KG but she just wants her money from the company.

“They’ve been saying the song didn’t make any money so there’s no money, I then decided to get a lawyer to help me, so I don’t know till today why he decided to respond [before] the company responds. As he was not my boss/ owner of the company but my colleague,” she wrote.